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[audio]Furman On Race relations/civil rights movment - Annabelle Mann
an interview with Furman York about his involment in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: civil rights movement
Downloads: 1
[texts]FBI Secret COINTELPRO Documents Against Black Community - National Task Force on COINTELPRO Litigation and Research
A compilation from c.1970s to early 1980s
Keywords: civil rights movement; cointelpro; FBI
Downloads: 844
[movies]Ubuntu Shall Overcome - Phil Shapiro
A few people out there do not understand the connection between the civil rights movement and the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement. It's about dignity and inclusion. Any questions?
Keywords: ubuntu civil rights movement FOSS dignity inclusion
Downloads: 24
[movies]Joanne Bland - Bill Holiday
African-American who experienced the Edmund Pettis Bridge beating in 1965
Keywords: Civil Rights Movement; Selma; Edmund Pettis Bridge
Downloads: 2
[movies]Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement : CSPAN2 : April 6, 2014 3:30am-4:21am EDT
Todd Purdum, Juan Williams and David L. Chappell discuss the Civil Rights Movement.
Keywords: Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement; Television Program
Downloads: 5
[movies]Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement : CSPAN2 : April 24, 2014 8:00pm-8:53pm EDT
Todd Purdum, Juan Williams and David L. Chappell discuss the Civil Rights Movement.
Keywords: Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement; Television Program
Downloads: 4
[movies]Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement : CSPAN2 : May 26, 2014 5:00am-5:54am EDT
Todd Purdum, Juan Williams and David L. Chappell discuss the Civil Rights Movement.
Keywords: Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement; Television Program
Downloads: 3
[movies]Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement : CSPAN2 : April 5, 2014 2:30pm-3:31pm EDT
Todd Purdum, Juan Williams and David L. Chappell discuss the Civil Rights Movement.
Keywords: Panel Discussion on the Civil Rights Movement; Television Program
Downloads: 4
[texts]FBI Documents on Bayard Rustin - U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
This is a collection of U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation documents on civil rights movement leader Bayard Rustin. It includes one section, five "enclosures behind files" (EBFs), and a section on "June Mail" pertaining to the bugging of Rustin's home with "technical surveillance." The documents were declassified in 2009, and are drawn from what appear to be the FBI's main headquarters file on Rustin, 100-HQ-158790...
Keywords: Bayard Rustin; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); civil rights movement
Downloads: 22
[texts]FBI File on Freedom Riders - U.S. Federal Bureua of Investigation (FBI)
This is a copy of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters file on Freedom Riders, 157-HQ-387. It was declassified in 2009 and downloaded from the FBI's web site here: http://vault.fbi.gov/freedom-riders
Keywords: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Freedom Riders; Civil Rights Movement
Downloads: 86
[audio]The Wally Butterworth Collection - Staropramen
Herbert Wallace Wally Butterworth was an American radio announcer and host of a variety of quiz shows. In the early 60s Butterworth lost a lawsuit with GE over a contract for a television quiz show and this subsequently caused him to become politically active. Initially on radio and later by way of phonograph records Butterworth created programs educating the American people about the issues of the day, namely how the Jews were destroying the United States...
Keywords: Ku Klux Klan Christian Nationalism Civil Rights movement
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[audio]New History Museum to Address Chattanooga Civil Rights Movement - Julie Steele
When the new Chattanooga History Museum opens in 2011, At least one exhibit will focus on the Civil Rights Movement in Chattanooga and Racism. Darryl Black, executive director of the Chattanooga History Center, explains that the civil rights movement in Chattanooga actually began in the 1890s through 1910s.
Keywords: civil rights movement; civil rights; Chattanooga; Plessy vs. Ferguson; chattanooga history museum; chattanooga history center
Downloads: 36
[audio]Chattanooga Native Pens While The World Watched - Julie Steele
Almost half a century has passed since the Klan bombed the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church at 10:22 on Sunday Morning, September 15, 1963. Carolyn Maul McKinstryâs four young friends died agonizing deaths and itâs been almost half a century since, as a young teen, Carolyn marched under the leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior and got a handful of hair torn from her scalp by Bull Connorâs powerful water hoses...
Keywords: Carolyn McKinstry; Birmingham; Alabama; civil rights movement; Sixteenth Street Baptist Church; Denise George; Julie Steele
Downloads: 47
[audio]Rodrecas Davis, artist's gallery talk @ Meadows Museum, Shreveport - robert trudeau
Gallery talk on Idle Warship exhibit by artist Rodrecas davis, Drek, at Meadows Museum, Shreveport.
Keywords: mixed media; art; art history; appropriation; african history; civil rights movement; flags; symbolism
Downloads: 27
[audio]Wally Butterworth - How To Deliver the Knockout Punch to Federal Judges - Wally Butterworth
Vintage 1960's radio broadcast by Wally Butterworth of the Christian Voters & Buyers League. On this show he talks about reapportionment of the state legislatures to empower negroes and Jews, implement total integration and ultimately destroy the white foundation of the United States.
Keywords: States Rights Civil Rights movement Ku Klux Klan KKK Bible Christianity USA Constitution Republic
Downloads: 83
[movies]Civil Right's Heroine: Amelia Boynton Robinson in Houston, 04/23/07 - Joel Harris
This is a fairly decent quality recording of a great presentation by Amelia Boynton Robinson; I shot this using no special mics and so you'll have to deal with the understandable room reverb. Otherwise, the opening vocal performance is outstanding and Amelia is as inspiring as ever. If your unclear on who Amelia Boynton Robinson is and how important she was and still is to Martin Luther King's civil rights efforts, then consider this a fun and inspiring introduction...
Keywords: amelia boynton robinson; amelia; boynton; civil rights; civil rights movement; civil; rights; movement
Downloads: 484
[audio]Jesus & Jobs: Leon Sullivan, Zion Baptist Church, and the Quest to Raise Up Philadelphia's New Black Workforce - Devin C. Manzullo-Thomas
In 1964, Leon Sullivan--a civil rights activist and pastor of Philadelphia's prestigious Zion Baptist Church--launched the Opportunities Industrialization Center, a job training program located in the heart of North Philadelphia. Through the OIC, Sullivan hoped to add a new dimension to the struggle for civil rights--and to prove, once and for all, that "Jesus is color-blind."
Keywords: Leon Sullivan; civil rights; Opportunities Industrialization Center; Christianity; Civil Rights Movement; liberalism; job training; Philadelphia
Downloads: 45
[audio]HearYourselfThink on the Air! Jan. 20th - www.HearYourselfThink.org
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King's life and legacy, and taking a closer look into his message about the power of propaganda. We ask: What would MLK say about Fox News? "We are prone to let our mental life become invaded by legions of half truths, prejudices, and propaganda... ]To save man from the morass of propaganda, in my opinion, is one of the chief aims of education. Education must enable one to sift and weigh evidence, to discern the true from the false, the real from the unreal, and the ...
Keywords: MLK Day 2014; Martin Luther King Jr; MLK; civil rights movement; tea party; Fox News
Downloads: 5
[audio]Rag Radio 2011-05-06 -- Texas Civil Rights Pioneer Dr. Leon McNealy - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Dr. Leon McNealy is a radiation oncologist now living in Marshfield, Wisconsin. While still in high school in Houston, McNealy, who is African-American, began his involvement in the civil rights movement. In the late 1950's, while attending the University of Texas, he helped organize sit-in demonstrations at downtown Austin lunch counters. McNealy and Chet Helms -- who later gained fame as a music promoter -- started a petition against the UT fraternities' annual Blackface Minstrel Shows...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Dr Leon McNealy; Civil Rights Movement; Sixties; Activists
Downloads: 108
[texts]FBI File on Paul Robeson - U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
This is a copy of the main U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters file on Paul Robeson, 100-HQ-12304. It was declassified in 1980. A copy of the file may be found here: http://vault.fbi.gov/Paul%20Robeson,%20Sr.
Keywords: communist; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Paul Robeson; civil rights movement
Downloads: 13
[audio]Carleton Putnam Race and Reason Day Speech 10/26/61 - The Citizen's Councils
Carleton Putnam, author of Race and Reason: A Yankee View giving a speech in Jackson Mississippi on 10/26/61 at a banquet held at the Olympic Room of the Heidelberg Hotel. In this speech Mr. Putnam addresses the following topics; timelessness of American ideals, integrity of the Jackson leadership and press, What is the Problem?, origins of equalitarianism [Franz Boas,Lysenkosim], persecution of legitimate scientists, UNESCO, race and environmentalist propaganda, the role of the church in the sp...
Keywords: Civil Rights movement segregation eugenics race Jared Taylor white nationalism crime
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[texts]FBI File on Roy Wilkins - U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
This is a copy of FBI file 62-HQ-78270, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) main headquarters file on Roy Wilkins, a longtime leader in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Declassified in 1979 and 1984, the file is heavily redacted, and many pages have been withheld in their entirety. A copy of the file may be found here: http://vault.fbi.gov/Roy%20WilkinsIt does not include a copy of the FBI's "office of origin" file, produced by its New York City ...
Keywords: Roy Wilkins; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); civil rights movement
[audio]Rag Radio 2010-09-28 / Journalist and filmmaker Danny Schechter - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Danny Schechter is a journalist, author, Emmy award-winning television producer, independent filmmaker, and media critic. He is a co-founder and executive producer of Globalvision, a New York-based television and film production company. He was a producer for ABC News 20/20 where he won two national Emmys and was nominated for two others. He was also a producer on the start-up staff at CNN. After college, he was a full time civil rights worker and then communications director of the Northern Stu...
Keywords: Underground Press, Rag Radio; Danny Schechter; Thorne Dreyer; Wall Street; Journalists; Filmmakers; Civil Rights Movement; Journalism; Sixties; Alternative Media
Downloads: 45
[audio]Rag Radio 2013-11-08 - Susan D. Carle, Author of "Defining the Struggle: Organizing for Racial Justice, 1880-1915" - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Thorne Dreyer's guest on Rag Radio is Susan D. Carle, author of "Defining the Struggle: National Organizing for Racial Justice, 1880-1915," a groundbreaking study of nineteenth century social and legal activism published by Oxford University Press. According to NAACP president Benjamin Todd Jealous, “Susan Carle writes a clear and convincing history of the first generation of civil rights organizers and advocates -- the movement that started the Movement.” Carle is a professor at American Un...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Susan Carle; Historians; Authors; Civil Rights Movement; Educators; Civil Rights Lawyers; American History; Social Activiism
Downloads: 19
[audio]Civil rights lawyer Oliver Hill never stopped fighting - Curtis Gilbert
One of the African-American lawyers who helped end racial segregation in America's public schools has died. Oliver Hill Sr. was part of the team that brought the landmark legal case Brown v. The Board of Education all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and won. That victory eventually forced Southern states to allow black and white students to attend the same schools, and it galvanized the civil rights movement.
Keywords: Oliver Hill; obituary; Curtis Gilbert; Deutsche Welle; MPR; NPR; civil rights movement; Brown; Board of Education; segregation; supreme court
Downloads: 107
[audio]The Prison Industrial Complex - sgl
Michelle Alexander explains how the get-tough-on-crime policies were enacted in the 1970's were an effort to push back the gains of the Civil Rights Movement. From Publishers Weekly"Contrary to the rosy picture of race embodied in Barack Obama's political success and Oprah Winfrey's financial success, legal scholar Alexander argues vigorously and persuasively that we have not ended racial caste in America; we have merely redesigned it...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Michelle Alexander; Civil Rights Movement; racial caste; Jim Crow; war on drugs; injustice; mass incarceration
Downloads: 94
[audio]Democracy In Action (11/15/2010) - Democracy Unlimited & KMUD Radio
Democracy in Action on KMUD Radio. Hosted by Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap. Guests Ryan Emenaker, Naomi Boyden and Hayden Newman, of the College of the Redwoods to discusses their community organizing class and an upcoming screening of Freedom Riders, a new documentary film about the Freedom Rides of the Civil Rights Movement.
Keywords: democracy in action; democracy unlimited; kmud radio; katilin sopoci-belknap; ryan emenaker; hayden newman; naomi boyden; freedom riders; civil rights movement
Downloads: 11
[audio]2008 Symposium: Symposium I: Art And Democracy In The King Years And Beyond-Scholarly Assessments - Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice
On April 16, 2008, the symposium's morning session had scholars assess the artistic production of the years of the Civil Rights Movement. What is the role of the arts in times of social and political upheaval? Joanne Gabbin, Aldon Nielson, Sandra Shannon, Valerie Smith, Eleanor Traylor, Ekwueme Michael Thelwell, and Jabari Asim (moderator). Introduced by Professor Angelyn Mitchell
Keywords: lannan center; symposium; civil rights; civil rights movement; art; politics; joanne gabbin; aldon nielson; sandra shannon; valerie smith; eleanor traylor; ekwueme michael thelwell; jabari asim
Downloads: 4
[audio]Rag Radio 2014-05-02 --- Author Bruce Dancis, Vietnam War Draft Resister & Pop Culture Critic - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Thorne Dreyer's guest is Bruce Dancis, author of the recently released "Resister: A Story of Protest and Prison during the Vietnam War." Dancis recently retired after a long career as a pop culture critic, including 16 years as the arts and entertainment editor of the Sacramento Bee. He lives in Orangevale, California, and Putnam Valley, New York. Dancis grew up in a radical household and took part in the 1963 March on Washington when he was 15...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Bruce Dancis; Authors; Vietnam War; Draft Resisters; SDS; Peace Movement; Pop Culture Critics; Entertainment Journalists; Civil Rights Movement; Memoirist
Downloads: 18
[movies]Marcus Garvey Lives! subtitled - chelseamorning2006
This pulsating montage combines electrifying vintage film footage and archival imagery of Marcus Garvey and the U.N.I.A. movement of the 1920s with the vibrant groove of Burning Spear's 1976 dub version of "Slavery Days"--"I and I Survive"-- from the unequalled Marcus Garvey album nearly a half-century later. Together Garvey and his latter day protégé Rodney helped bring Jamaica and Third World struggle to the forefront of the world stage...
Keywords: Marcus Garvey; Universal Negro Improvement Association; civil rights movement; black liberation; Pan-Africanism; back to Africa; Burning Spear; Jamaica; U.N.I.A; Harlem
Downloads: 705
[movies]Funny or Die Video 2070: Clinton/Obama: The Debate for the Black Vote (Part2) - Funny or Die
Clinton and Obama Debate the Civil Rights Movement
Keywords: Funny or Die Video Archive; The Debate; The Black; The Civil Rights Movement; Clinton; Obama; Debate; 2008 election; Primaries; Black; Vote; Barack; Hilary; senate; white; Hous
Downloads: 6
[audio]Insight: State of the State of Nevada / Lying Authors / Sonia Sanchez
State of the State of Nevada - Is the state of Nevada faring better than California in these tough economic times? Today on Insight, we'll hear excerpts from Governor Jim Gibbons State of the State address and analysis from a political reporter. Lying Authors - What happens when writers don’t tell the truth? We'll talk with a panel of publishing experts about the rise of lying authors. Sonia Sanchez - A traveling national exhibit that visited Sacramento this past winter featured 20 African-Ame...
Keywords: Nevada State of the State; State of the State address; Governor Gibbons; Jim Gibbons; lying authors; plagiarism; ethics in publishing; Sonia Sanchez; civil rights movement; poet Sonia Sanchez; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 973
[audio]2008 Symposium: Symposium III: Living History: Activists on Art and Social Justice - Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice
Political activists discuss their personal engagement with poetry, plays, songs, and narrative during the Civil Rights Movement. Panelists: Lawrence Guyot, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Charles Cobb, Walter Fauntroy, Dorie Ladner, Ruth Harris and Maurice Jackson (moderator). Introduced by Professor Angelyn Mitchell.
Keywords: Lannan Center; civil rights; Political activists discuss their personal engagement with poetry; plays; songs; and narrative during the Civil Rights Movement. Panelists: Lawrence Guyot; Ivanhoe Donaldson; Charles Cobb; Walter Fauntroy; Dorie Ladner; Ruth Harris; Maurice Jackson; politics
Downloads: 5
[audio]Rag Radio 2013-11-29 - Rev. Bob Breihan, Longtime Social Justice Activist & Spiritual Counselor - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Thorne Dreyer’s guest on Rag Radio is the Rev. Bob Breihan. Rev. Breihan, a United Methodist minister, was state director of the Texas Methodist Student Movement in the 1950s and directed the Methodist Student Center at the University of Texas at Austin from 1960 to 1980. In 1986 he founded the New Life Institute, a non-profit training organization that provides emotional and spiritual counseling to those in need, regardless of ability to pay...
Keywords: Rev. Bob Breihan; Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Austin History; Spiritual Counselors; Social Justice Activists; Sixties; Methodist Student Center; University of Texas; Vietnam War; Draft Counselors; Religious Leaders; New Life Institute; Civil Rights Movement
Downloads: 38
[audio]Insight: "Freedom's Sisters" / NPR Ombudsman / Beethoven Ninth
"Freedom's Sisters" - A traveling national exhibit about 20 African-American women has come to Sacramento. The featured women are leaders from throughout the civil rights movement, including Sonia Sanchez, the poet, lecturer and advocate for Black culture. You'll meet Sanchez and hear her story. NPR Ombudsman - You'll meet Alicia Shepard, National Public Radio's ombudsman whose visiting California this week...
Keywords: Freedom's Sisters; civil rights movement; Sonia Sanchez; Sacramento Public Library; NPR Ombudsman; Alicia Shepard; National Public Radio; ombudsman; journalism; ethics; Beethoven's Ninth Symphony; Academy at All Hallows; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 326
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 3, No. 10-12, July-September 1958)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1950s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 278
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 6, No. 1-3, October-December 1960)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1960s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 156
[audio]Insight: Gottschalks Bankruptcy / State of California / Mavis Staples
Gottschalks Bankruptcy - Gottschalks has filed for bankruptcy protection. What does this mean for stores and employees in the Central Valley? Gottschalks board member and economist at CSU Fresno Joseph Penbera tells you about it. State of California - How is the state of California doing? Governor Schwarzenegger gave his State of the State address this morning. We'll talk with political pundits and reporters about the speech and what it means for the future of the state...
Keywords: Gottschalks; bankruptcy; CSU Fresno; Joseph Penbera; Schwarzenegger; state of the state; California State of the State address; Mavis Staples; gospel singer; soul singer; civil rights movement; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 256
[audio]Class War Battlefield Podcast 32a - (Addendum) Was Martin Luther King a Pawn, A New Take on The Civil Rights Conflict - Vphiamer Adis
In this special addendum to episode 32, I answer a question that has been troubling me for years, was Martin Luther King a Pawn. In this special addendum to episode 32, I answer that question; taking you through the civil rights movement as if it were created to achieve limited objectives. If you have any questions or concerns, write to me at classwarbattlefield@live.com
Keywords: class war battlefield; class war; capitalism; civil rights movement; obama; malcolm x; martin luther king; mlk; martin luther king jr; sclc; sncc; black muslims; christians; black christians; liberal; liberal class
Downloads: 13
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 3, No. 1-3, October-December 1957)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1950s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 185
[audio]Noam Chomsky - 1988-xx-xx - A Conversation with Bill Moyers
Noam Chomsky had this conversation/interview with Bill Moyers in 1988. It was broadcast on November 3rd of that year.
Keywords: Activism; Chomsky; Moyers; Central America; propaganda; Reagan; Nicaragua; Contras; Military Industrial Complex; Office of Public Diplomacy; Woodrow Wilson; Iran-Contra; Pentagon; Domincan Republic; Lyndon Johnson; Laos; Vietnam; 1960's; William Sloan Coffin; Civil Rights Movement
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[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 1, No. 4-6, January-March 1956)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1950s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 226
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 4, No. 7-9, April-June 1959)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1950s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 200
[audio]Insight: Civil Rights Pioneers / Designer Keetra Dean Dixon
Civil Rights Pioneers - Lawyers played key roles in the civil rights battles of last century. Today on Insight, we talk with Jose Anderson about the life and work of Charles Hamilton Houston, the lawyer who led the legal fight against Jim Crow. We'll also talk with Brian Landsberg about his experiences during the civil rights movement and efforts to educate future generations of students. Designer Keetra Dean Dixon - New York Designer Keetra Dean Dixon has been called, "Willy Wonka, Andy Warhol ...
Keywords: civil rights movement; civil rights; Jose Anderson; Charles Hamilton Houston; Brian Landsberg; designer; New York designer; Keetra Dean Dixon; commercial graphic design; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 345
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 4, No. 10-12, July-September 1959)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1950s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 217
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 5, No. 4-6, January-March 1960)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1960s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 202
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 1, No. 7-9, April-June 1956)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1950s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 209
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 5, No. 10-12, July-September 1960)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1960s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 268
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 3, No. 7-9, April-June 1958)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1950s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
Downloads: 249
[texts]The Citizens' Council (Vol. 6, No. 10-11, July-September 1961)
The official newspaper of the Citizens' Councils of America, a.k.a. the White Citizens' Council. A valuable document for those interested in the history of the civil rights movement, racial segregation, states' rights, and the South. The Citizens' Council was originally collected and digitized into online-readable .swf files here: http://www.citizenscouncils.com/ All issues of The Citizens' Council have lapsed into the public domain according to legal research performed by the Southern Poverty L...
Keywords: White Citizens' Council; racial segregation; segregationist; states' rights; civil rights movement; Southern United States; 1960s; neo-Confederate; racism; white supremecy; anti-communism; anti-miscegenation; anti-NAACP; racial conservatism; Dixiecrat
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